"Negative Boogie" by David Nance
BTR Live Studio | ep639 | Aug 29, 2017
David Nance is a classic rocker. We don’t mean that he plays classic rock, but that he embodies it with a long haired, feedback-slinging, getting into the groove, cymbal-smashing vibe that’s custom-made for tape hiss freaks and vinyl crackle aficionados. The band dropped by Serious Business Music in DUMBO to shake it up for this session!

Negative Boogie is available now from Ba Da Bing Records.

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David Nance: Facebook // Bandcamp

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